Gomen Wat is a mainstay in any Ethiopian kitchen. It is hearty yet light and goes with just about everything as a side dish! If you’re looking for a way to spice up your greens, this is one recipe you’ll want to add to your repertoire.
Sometimes I like to go meatless. These recipes may be missing meat, but they never lack flavor. I have compiled my favorite meatless recipes here.
Smooth, sweet, and savory Mashed Sweet Potatoes — This is a super simple recipe that tastes like you in way more effort than you did.
Kachumbari is a simple, light, and easy-to-make east African salad made with onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, salt, pepper, and lemon dressing – a fresh, tart salad with a little kick to it. You simply can’t go wrong here; a ton of flavor for such a simple recipe.
Easy Healthy Salmon Salad Recipe – This easy-to-make Salmon Salad sure packs a lot of flavors. It features a rich, spicy, and flavorful pan-seared salmon layered on a bed of fresh and crunchy textured salad. If you are looking for a recipe to hook someone to Salmon, this is it!
This easy one-pot Vegetable Couscous recipe is loaded with highly nutritious vegetables amongst other ingredients. It’s Fluffy, fragrant, and tasty with a kiss of warm flavors. Can be thrown together as a side to your favorite meat or a hearty meal on its own plus it’s on the table in just 30 minutes. Truly a …
This Oven Baked seafood Jambalaya is a twist on the traditional jambalaya recipe. It’s crowd pleasingly delicious with a pronounced personality. It contains a variety of textures and tastes and certainly looks elegant on the plate.
Blackened Salmon with Sauteed Spinach and Mushrooms – A simple but elegant dish that features sauteed spinach with mushrooms and salmon. This meal astonishingly satisfying and healthy. It will leave you feeling nice and light.
Bell Peppers, Tomatoes And Eggplant stew – A lovely and refreshing choice for a family meal. This vibrantly colored, robustly flavored Eggplant stew is loaded with Onions, Red bell peppers, Yellow bell peppers, Green bell peppers, and Scallions.
The classic Nigerian Salad recipe is a very lively salad. It’s colorful, nutrient-dense, very filling and it’s very tasty. I need to add that it’s versatile enough to serve in smaller portions as an appetizer, or as one hearty bowlful main dish and it’s very easy to make. It literally an anything-goes type of food.